S DeShon Elliott
Elliott played both safety and linebacker and could realistically play either spot on the next level or in a hybrid role where he can use his tackling skills and coverage skills in tandem. He is a hard-hitter and a tough tackler, who is effective against the run and has the speed to chase down ball carriers sideline-to-sideline. He has shown the ability to make his presence felt to receivers and disrupt the passing game with his field authority.
OT Toby Weathersby
One of the more impressive specimens in attendance at the NFTC in Dallas and held his own against top level players in both the 2014 and 2015 classes, proving his talent against the best of the best. On the field, he shows a lot of what you want to see. He has a great frame, but the thing I love seeing on tape is his strength. He is easily able to toss folks out of his way. His highlights are fun to watch. He is raw and powerful with upside.
OG/C Patrick Vahe
Vahe plays with a very high level of consistency. He is playing center thsi season and is very good at it. He recognizes defense, helps with calls and comes off the ball in a flash after snapping. He uses his quickness to his advantage getting good placement on hsi blocks and he is big enough and strong enough to finish off, but he will need to add to that in college to take on the even bigger and stronger guys. Natural development should take care of that for him.
RB Jordan Stevenson
Stevenson is a solid all-purpose back. He likes to hit the defense off tackle and then pop the runs to the outside to chew up chunks of yardage. He is also effective in the middle of the field out of the spread offense. He hits the hole quickly, because he has some of the quickest feet in the state. He can stop and start and make defenders look bad at times. He is a real dangerous player in the open field. He continues to progress, one of those guys who looks better each time you see him.
OT Ronnie Major
Major is a prospect who has the frame and length that is highly desirable. He looks thin and has a verified weight right at 290 pounds in the winter of 2014. He has long arms and the look of a college offensive tackle. he has good flexibility and quick feet. He is a bit raw from a technique standpoint in pass protection and at times struggles with blocks on quicker players and will certainly benefit from some good years in a strength program.
DE Charles Omenihu
Omenihu is a lanky defensive end who is a bit of a project from a frame stand point, but certainly has an extremely high ceiling. He has the height and length to develop into the elite category once he adds the size and strength. That added weight and power will also translate directly over to his game on the field, especially when using his hands and arms to create separation from offensive tackles. He is quick off of the ball.
RB Tristian Houston
He is one who doesn't waste a lot of time or movement once the ball is in his hands. Whether getting the ball on a sweep or between the tackles, Houston hits the hole hard and goes north and south. Not really considered a power runner, but does not shy away from contact. One of the many pluses with him, is that he plays for a program known for running the football with a downhill, smash-mouth type mentality. That should bode well with a Texas offense that wants to be to utilize its backs and set the tone at the line of scrimmage.
RB Kirk Johnson
Johnson is an intriguing prospect, because he plays out of the option attack in high school and seems to be the style of running back who would just assume run over you than run around you. His highlights seem to be littered with plays where he breaks multiple tackles, keeping his feet moving to either pick up the extra yardage or cash in a touchdown. Not shy of contact. He has a nice looking frame to go with a blend of athleticism with power.
S Keivon Ramsey
Ramsey is fun to watch on tape because he throws his body around and tries to be a physical presence, but he just doesn't have the weight behind his frame just yet to fully achieve that purpose. That should change — Ramsey has a great, long-armed frame with plenty of room to add quality weight and play at more than 200 pounds. He played as a sophomore at 140 pounds, then as a junior at 165, and the Converse Judson staff has clocked him in the 4.4s in the 40-yard dash.
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